In addition to real life examples of how firms have used Lean/Agile methodologies to improve efficiency, you’ll learn how to:
- Identify and analyze your firm’s processes, and make incremental process improvements that can improve your bottom line
- Develop methods to complete routine tasks quickly
- Identify the bottlenecks that cause delays
- Use ‘Increments’ and ‘iterations’ for improved legal productivity
- Identify Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) that your firm should be examining (beyond billable hours)
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Mathias ("Matt") Hunoval
Mathias ("Matt") Hunoval
Matt founded his firm in 2009 with a singular focus: to raise the bar in the default servicing and origination (closings) legal arena. Prior legal experience includes stints at three (3) AmLaw 200 law firms in a wide array of corporate and transactional practice groups.
John E. Grant
Founder, The Agile Attorney Network
John is a lawyer and an Agile Certified Scrum Master who was recently tapped to lead the Fisher Focus innovation program at Fisher & Phillips LLP. Prior to law school he worked for over 8 years in the software industry, and as an attorney he has twice served as in-house counsel in addition to co-founding a boutique IP practice.
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